Here is a list of all the authors flashing this week, along with a brief snippet from their latest free work. Click the link after the snippet to be taken to the complete story on the author’s home page.
The Adored One: Chapter 13 by Kazy Reed
The walk into the grocery store was sticky and uncomfortable. The wet spot on my jeans was hidden by my shirt, but I still felt several pairs of eyes on me as I hurried to the bathroom. I cleaned up as best as I could with water and paper towels, wincing slightly at the rough texture on my sensitive dick, but it was better than nothing.
After my impromptu bath, I found the pet food aisle and grabbed a few cans of cat food and a pre-filled litter tray. Then I went to the pharmacy and grabbed condoms and lube.
Evans Woodworking: Chapter 24 by Jim Dunaway
“Ethan, you’re not going to lose me. Ever.”
“You can’t say that, Jordan. You really messed Toby up. You’re going to jail for beating the shit out of him, not that he didn’t deserve it. They might kill you. I’ll never see you again.”
“Nah. It’ll be okay. I’ll beat this no problem.” Alicia shook her head at Jordan, whose face fell. He raised an eyebrow at her and she drew her finger across her throat, indicating for him to finish the phone call. “Hey, bud, I gotta go. I’ll see you later, okay?”
“Yeah. See ya.”
Moving Forward #15 (4.1) by Julie L. Hayes
Denver and Dustin arrived bright and early the morning they were to leave for Galveston. Marshall and Lee were already up and had loaded the car with what they needed. Roy was there as well. He’d come by for coffee while making his rounds. Marshall knew he just wanted to make sure everything was okay with them and see they got off safely. While they were gone, he would keep an eye on the house and collect the mail and any packages.
“You should come with us,” Denver teased him, as he loaded his stuff in the trunk of Lee’s sedan.
Roy just laughed. “Maybe I would if I was looking for Mr. Right,” he quipped, “but I don’t see much chance of Miss Right being there, do you?”
Ben looked up. “He’s cute.” He got to see more kids and babies than he liked in the ER, and often they were sick or hurt. He didn’t get to enjoy drooling smiles and dimples nearly as much. “Definitely has your hair and eyes.”
Micah was nearly a mini me of Evin, but his daddy wasn’t smiling. Ben took a step back and sat down in the chair. “Sorry. I like babies.”
Evin gave him a thin smile. “Thanks.” He reached for his cup and took a sip. Micah reached for the bottom and Evin pulled it away, setting it
Adam and Ben – New Year special by Carol Pedroso
New Years Eve
Adam was trying very hard not to yawn, Mrs. Gregoren was a lovely lady but she could talk forever, about nothing.
“Adam!” came Ben’s panicked voice in his mind.
“Excuse me please ma’am, I need to be somewhere,” he said as calmly as he could and moved away from the vocal woman.
He just caught the “Well really,” as he got out of ear shot.
“What’s wrong my mate?” he asked as he made his way toward the exit. Ben had stayed home with Thomas and Jamie’s children as babysitter.
Innocence & Carnality: Part 25 by Mann Ramblings
I believe I forgot to breathe or move during the short wait for Samantha’s arrival. Her dress clung to every curve, all black leather, buckled and strapped together. The skirt front was split open, revealing her legs covered in the same fetishist treatment. Vibrant tresses spilling to her shoulders framed her face, makeup accenting her features into something fierce and exotic.
I wasn’t fool enough to ask about the riding crop in her fist.
Samantha took one quick scowl at the stranger as Blythe lowered him to the floor. Placing a hand over his face, she slammed his head against the shelf as she slipped past to kneel before me.